Photo of Morgan Marta, a BGInS student in her workplace in Vietnam, during the summer of 2018. Morgan completed her internship with Cu Lao Cham - Hoi An Biosphere Reserve.

While on an internship through Emzingo in Peru, Graeme worked in international tourism to promote a local product to the international market. As a cultural excursion, he hiked to Machu Picchu with fellow Carleton student, Holly Laurenzio.

  • Graeme Postma, Emzingo, Peru

Patrick presents a lesson to third grade students, while interning at an International School in India.

  • Patrick Hancock, International School of Hyderabad, India

While in Thailand interning with a local animal shelter, Holly enjoys a cultural experience, volunteering at an elephant sanctuary.

  • Holly Angus, Koh Lanta, Thailand

Bridget is engaging young people in a word association game during one of EQWIP HUBs’ weekly training sessions/workshops to assist them in building skills that are relevant to the job market.

  • Bridget O’Connor, EQWIP HUBs, Senegal

Holly Laurenzio worked in community development as a Fundraising and Marketing Consultant through Emzingo. While on a cultural excursion, she snapped this picture with a sleepy llama in Cusco, Peru.

  • Holly Laurenzio, Emzingo, Peru

Morgan is pictured while visiting the island of Cu Lao Cham – Hoi An to celebrate┬áthe 9th anniversary of the area having been recognized by UNESCO as a heritage site. For her internship, she worked with a local biosphere reserve, conducting research and drafting English articles surrounding topics such as plastic waste, ecotourism, and the protection of biodiversity.

  • Morgan Marta, Student Exchange Vietnam, Vietnam

Keean meeting H.E. The Most Hon. Sir Patrick Allen, Governor General of Jamaica, while on an internship through Grace Kennedy, where he worked for a Senator and reconnected with his Jamaican roots.

  • Keean Nembhard, Grace Kennedy, Jamaica

Kirstin smiles next to Letitia, a female entrepreneur, owner and CEO of Samba foods, whom she interviewed as part of her internship with World University Services Canada while working on a research project looking for Southern Based Gender Lens investors.

  • Kirstin Pulles, WUSC, Ghana